I’m a reluctant kind of sports fan and I often find myself as a spectator because the special people in my life are sports fans. The Harlem Globetrotters was the perfect opportunity to entertain my husband with athleticism and entertain my sister and I with the comedy.
It is a tradition that the Harlem Globetrotters begin their tour the day after Christmas in Pittsburgh. After the presents were opened and many sweets (too many sweets) were eaten, it was nice to unwind from the excitement of the holidays with some laughter and an amazing show.
As a gal who sometimes reaches a height of 5’2″ depending on the shoes I’m wearing, I always appreciate how difficult it is to make a basket (likely the reason why I’m not a big fan of basketball). What is even more amazing is seeing the speed and accuracy of the Harlem Globetrotters team in a an impressively choreographed game. You can hardly call what they do a trick. Instead it is all performed with incredible skill that could impress anyone.
My husband often takes advantage of the opportunity of not having kids around to take a nap or quick snooze every time we go to the movies or any type of performance. The Harlem Globetrotters quickly caught his attention, had him laughing, and had him applauding too!
Although the court side seats are the best in the house if you are looking to be a part of the show, the show doesn’t fail to entertain from the first row to the last!
The iconic Harlem Globetrotters are coming to an arena near you with their unrivaled family show, featuring some of the greatest athletes on the planet. With incredible ball handling wizardry, amazing rim-rattling dunks and trick shots, side-splitting comedy and unequaled on-court fan interaction, this must-see event is guaranteed to entertain the whole family creating memories that will last a lifetime. The Globetrotters will face a great challenge this year against the Washington Generals who were the last team to beat the Globetrotters in 1971.